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Which are the games released to celebrate 35th anniversary of Nintendo?


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Nintendo is celebrating its flagship franchise's 35th anniversary.
It will debut a raft of Mario games – some remastered versions of old classics and some entirely new. I wanted to know which games are released by Nintendo to celebrate their 35th anniversary.

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In order to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Nintendo, they released Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Super Mario Bros, Mario Kart Live.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars is a collection of three era-defining games – Super Mario 64 (1996), Super Mario Sunshine (2002), and Super Mario Galaxy (2007) – optimized for the Switch. It is released on 18 September. An enhanced version of Super Mario 3D World will arrive on the console on 12 February.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars aren’t the only way it's celebrating the occasion. Nintendo is also releasing a Super Mario Bros. battle royal game, which will be free to play for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers from October 1 until the end of March, at which point it will be pulled from the e-Shop for some bizarre reason. Super Mario Bros 35 is a new multiplayer game in which 35 players compete to be the last Mario standing (or jumping). It will be available from 1 October on the Nintendo Switch console.

Super Mario Bros. 35 isn't the only way Nintendo is celebrating its flagship franchises. Nintendo has also announced Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, which is an augmented reality racing game that turns the Nintendo Switch console into a controller for remote-controlled cars. The gimmick of Mario Kart Live is that it allows players to build their very own Mario Kart courses and race around their home. It may have limited appeal to core gamers, but it could still end up being one of the big holiday 2020 toys

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